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Conflict minerals refer to metal minerals such as gold, tantalum, tungsten, cobalt and tin produced from mining areas in conflict areas controlled by non-governmental military groups or non-military factions in the Democratic Republic of Congo, which are used in electronics and other products, respectively. The illegal mining interests obtained by local armed rebel groups are stolen from citizens and used to trade arms, continue their bloody conflicts with the government, ravage local citizens, cause human rights violations locally, and degrade the environment, thus causing international controversy.
In addition to the Democratic Republic of Congo, mineral products in such areas that do not meet the "conflict-free norms" also include minerals from the Congolese veins recognized by the United Nations Security Council such as Rwanda, Uganda, Burundi, Tanzania, and Kenya.
As a global citizen and a supporting role in the electronic packaging industry, SUGO will strictly abide by the electronic industry code of conduct and fulfill its social and environmental responsibility obligations. Sugo is obliged to require all suppliers to supply products that may contain gold (Au), tantalum (ta), tin (Sn), and tungsten (W) to an approved (with "Conflict Free Smelting Program" or other equivalent independent 3rd party audit program inspection) non-conflict smelters and smelters purchase to ensure that the minerals used in the raw materials provided to all customers do not come from conflict areas.

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